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16 Nov 2016 NEW Productivity Growth Programme for Wales

Successive reviews of organisational performance in the UK, including a recent report by the CBI, show that many organisations suffer from alarmingly low productivity. Recognising the importance of dealing with this especially in the wake of Brexit, we are able to offer a new skills stimulus package to employers across Wales which is supported (until the end of March 2017) by Gower College, LTS and Welsh Government.

For details of the Business Improvement Training and Coaching options available, along with a Process Monitoring Dashboard which enables managers to measure and assess staff performance,please contact Viv Compton on 0845 1306461 or email viv.compton@tracktraining.co.uk

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